This weekend could mark a turning point in the maturation and development of Tyrese Cooper
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On this Valentine's Day, here are five races we've loved this indoor season
Which boy had the best performance of the week? You decide.
One of Ohio's premier track teams is headed to Lynchburg this weekend to compete at the VA Showcase.
The MileSplit LIVE crew breaks down No. 1 on the MileSplit50
Miami Norland (Florida) High rising junior Tyrese Cooper wowed the crowd with his performance in the 200m
South Florida speedsters Tyrese Cooper and Symone Mason snagged silver medals in the 200m dash at the Pan American Junior Championships.
Anthony Schwartz and Tyrese Cooper are our Boys Sprinters of the Year.
Watch Tyrese Cooper break the freshman national record in the 400m at AAU Junior Olympics last year
No folks your eyes aren't deceiving you. That is sophomore sprint sensation Tyrese Cooper running the 300m hurdles at the Spartan Invitational.
Miami Norland (Fl.) High sophomore Tyrese Cooper set the Great Southwest 400m record on Saturday with a new US No. 1 time of 45.38 seconds
In this week's The Scoop, we have state championship performances, world age group records and our first sub-4 miler of the season!
Tyrese Cooper threw down a US No. 1 time of 20.51 seconds in the HS division of the 200m at the Prefontaine Classic
Check out this unique look at a day in the life with Miami Norland (Fl.) High sophomore Tyrese Cooper
Leander Forbes had one last conversation with his father before stepping on the track at Chiles (Fl.) High last Thursday for the FHSAA Region 3A-1 Championships.
For 35 years, the best boys in high school track and field have been chasing Darrell Robinson's national record in the 400m run. But it's never been done.
We're reviewing the best in the boys 200m and 400m runs over the last four seasons
As March is coming to a close, let's take a look at the leaders in the boys and girls 200m dash through the outdoor season
With the outdoor track and field season in full swing, we’re starting to see the emergence of athletes across every corner of the country, and with that, the evolution of the national leaderboard.
Tyrese Cooper made history -- again -- by going a wind legal 20.55 seconds on Saturday at the Bob Hayes Invitational in Jacksonville, setting a sophomore class national record
Tyrese Cooper made even more history when he broke the Bob Hayes meet record of 20.63 set in 2014 by UGA standout Kendal Williams. His time of 20.55 is a wind legal PR for "Smoke" and a new sophomore class national record as well beating that of newly turned Adidas professional Noah Lyles who clocked a time of 20.71 back in 2014.
In a race where anything can happen, watch out for these four boys who might take charge
In the Sam Burley Hall of Fame Invitational boys 200m finals, Miami Norland sophomore Tyrese Cooper wins in 20.66, American Heritage's Anthony Schwartz goes 20.69 and Miramar's Jamal Walton follows in 20.75
Over the next week, MileSplit will bring you previews on every event from New Balance Nationals Indoor
When American Heritage junior Anthony Schwartz beat Miami Norland sophomore Tyrese Cooper recently in the 100m dash, a rivalry formed in earnest
What can't Miami Norland sophomore Tyrese Cooper do on the track? The better question: Is there anything Cooper won't do?
No folks your eyes aren't deceiving you. That is sophomore sprint sensation Tyrese Cooper running the 300m hurdles at the Spartan Invitational. Cooper who set the high school national record in the 300m dash and US All-Time #2 in the 500m decided to mix it up and have a little fun. Coach Darius Lawshea told us afterwards this won't be the last time we see "Smoke" in this event.
Another week and another record setting performance for Tyrese Cooper. See what the sophomore had to say after lowering his 300m national record time to 32.87, a world record for U20 athletes according to Track & Field News.
When sixteen year old Tyrese Cooper steps onto the famed Armory Track in New York for this weekend's Armory Track Invitational he won't be racing against his high school peers. Cooper, who last raced at the venue a year ago at New Balance Indoor Nationals, has his eyes set on the stars of the next level, the best the college and the pro ranks have to offer.Cooper feels he belongs and why shouldn't he? As a freshman, he set indoor national records in the 60m, 200, and 400. Three weeks ago at the VA Showcase he made even more history, blazing an US#2 All-Time 500m mark of 1:01.88 to go with a National Record 33.03 in the 300m dash.
The Lakewood Ranch girls won the 4A state championship in 2016. Can they repeat in 2017? Will Miami Northwestern win their 9th title in a row and what will the point spread be? We rank EVERY team in EVERY classification using our track and field team scores feature.
43 points was all the Chiles' boys track team needed to win their third straight 3A state championship. The Timberwolves lose thrower Cole Upthegrove to graduation but return both Jordan Poole and James Hansen as well as a talented group of distance runners. Creekside and Miami Northwestern should also be in the mix, but don't count out Miami Norland who now have transfer Tyrese Cooper's, one of the most dangerous sprinters in the country.
Tyrese Cooper is one of the top sprinters in the nation and he's only a sophomore. He will make his indoor debut this weekend at the VA Showcase.
Miami Norland senior Kimani Austin-Reese and Deland senior Keneth Pineiro are this week's Athletes of the Week. Austin-Reese, a UCLA commitment kicked off the season with a first place showing and state leading time of 43.17 in the 300 hurdles. Pineiro, coming off a fifth place showing at the 4A Cross Country Finals, proved he had the base work needed to be successful on the track. The Embry Riddle signee pulled the distance double at the East Coast Classic winning both the 1600 and 3200 meters in state leading times of 4:24.08 and 9:34.72 respectively.